- 22 October 2021
Monica Atwal writes why tackling the gender pay gap involves more than just reporting. Employers must go further and develop action plans if they are serious about addressing their gaps.
The pandemic has changed the way we work and the balance of work/family commitments. It has accelerated the use of technology, and businesses now have considerable data at their disposal to make assessments about how staff are paid. Therefore, companies are at a pivotal point of being able to tackle pay disparity, joining up current initiatives and delivering plans with clear goals and timelines.
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Monica Atwal is recommended for her contentious work handling discrimination cases, particularly disability claims.
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SubjectGender pay gap – Monica Atwal writes for Personnel Today
Published22 October 2021
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